The four remaining new episodes of the canceled show will appear on the network’s Innertube broadband channel starting today. The show will also be available for download on AOL, Amazon and iTunes.
Starting today, CBS will stream the four remaining original episodes of its just-canceled primetime drama Smith on its broadband channel, Innertube. The episodes will be available free, with minimal commercial interruption, for four weeks. The first three episodes, which have already aired, will also return online. Also, a written synopsis of how the producers planned to resolve the series will be provided by the show’s writers and posted on the series’ Web site at www.CBS.com.
Additionally, Warner Bros. Television is making all seven episodes of Smith available via digital download in November as well as fromAOL, Amazon and Apple’s iTunes Store, so that viewers will be able see the four new original episodes or watch all seven.
Smith premiered Sept. 19 and ran for three episodes. The pilot and episodes two and three were streamed on Innertube for one week immediately following their initial broadcasts on the network.